This is my bike.
This is my bike.
I don't want any parties, I don't want a red carpet. I don't want to dance, and I don't want music either. I don't want a VIP area, no buffet, no spotlight, and no celebrities. I want the Life Ball to not be necessary anymore, for we have prevailed over HIV. Until then, we need the support of donations and sponsors, who help us every year to achieve our goal.lifeball.org/donate
The head phone jack pretty much defines the thickness of Apple's industrial design on the outer edge of its devices:
iPad Air 2
Same will soon be true for the iPhone:
So, when will we see the switch to wireless-only headphones? At WWDC?
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Conferences try to wow us with revolutionary, all-new conference designs – Different setup! New impulses! Discuss like never before!
Still, conferences seem to stay exactly the same: Over and over again the same people come together and tell the same presentations. All we see is repetition and it's hard to feel any kind of new horizon.
It seems like we're doing the good of bringing together the brightest minds, but constantly bore them and us with the same questions and answers every time.
Why not do it differently, every single thing?
We call that the RandomCon.
By seperating the topic of the question from the area of expertise of the speaker, we make two things sure: The agenda is crowd-sourced, and the experts are challenged to ponder an unusual question.
The potential lies in interdisciplinarity.
Think of all the inventions that come from one expertise colliding with another – by chance. Don't know any? Ask for an answer at the first RandomCon!
Our call? A better TED.
PS: Why Open Source? First, conferences aren't my business, and second I'd like to see this idea taken further by other people.